Campus Race to Zero Waste

 

The Campus Race to Zero Waste is a national competition in which schools and universities compete to reduce waste, which started Jan. 31 and concludes March 27. Last year, CMU placed third in the Game Day Challenge, and this year, we are hoping to place even higher in all categories.

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The categories we are participating in for the 2021 season are:
  • Case study residential hall competition
  • Electronics
  • Overall waste reduction, which includes mixed papers and cardboard, mixed bottles and cans, compost, and trash.
As part of Campus Race to Zero Waste promotion, we are doing three waste audits on campus. We're excited to participate this year and continue to promote sustainability at CMU. 
 

For more information, you can visit the RecycleMania website. If you have any questions, please reach out to urban1ed@cmich.edu or homsi1tm@cmich.edu.

 



Resources

Taken from the Sustainable Living Guide, this recycling guide details what can and can't be recycled, according to the Isabella County Recycling Center.

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For more video content, check out the Central Sustainability YouTube channel!